Aspray Ltd


Company Overview

Aspray specialises in project managing both property insurance claims and repair work caused by storms, burst pipes, accidental damage or fire and floods. 

Insurance claims provide most of the work, giving high margins and guaranteed payments, and because this type of damage is constant it really is a recession-proof - and highly lucrative - business. Aspray also works with a variety of national brokers, as well as individual companies, to ensure there is a constant pipeline of work.

The next available Aspray discovery dates are: 25 January (Sutton Coldfield) and 9 February (Lancashire). Find out more and book onto an Aspray Discovery Day here.

If you cannot wait to find out more about Aspray, cannot make the next seminar, or prefer a 121 meeting, we can arrange an Introductory meeting at our head office. To arrange your introductory 121 at our head office, please call 01254 665020 and ask for the recruitment department, or email

You can view our franchise video here.

Franchise Overview

James Whittle founded Aspray in 2005 after gaining extensive experience in the franchise industry. Since the launch, Aspray now has more than 60 franchisees in the UK and Ireland. Aspray look for self-motivated, likeable and professional individuals with good people skills and the ability to influence others.

Last year, James invested time and capital to create a five-year marketing strategy which will enable Aspray to grow to develop a further 60 franchise opportunities, with a focus on raising national profile within the insurance sector as well as ensuring that Aspray is a familiar household brand.

Key Information

  • Network Size: 51-100 units
  • Franchise Type: Management
  • Typical Start-up Cost: £37,500
  • Minimum Personal Investment: £15,000
  • Franchise Location: Home-based
  • Market: B2B and B2C

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The training is 10 days, based at Aspray head office; the new franchisee will operate a franchise for five days doing the following: 

Surveys on damaged properties; meeting loss adjusters; dealing with customers; understanding insurance policies; FSA regulations; software training; contractors/CIS/vetting.

50% of the training is office-based using simulated exercises via case studies.It’s important that new franchisees experience as much practical application as possible during their induction training. 

Daily Life of a Franchisee

Aspray franchisees operate, on behalf of the insured, a fully comprehensive building claims management service. The role requires assessing property damage, negotiating with insurance companies and using contractors to ensure the work is carried out. 

There are two sides to the franchise: one is onsite, dealing with contractors and the customer; and the other is working from home making calls, putting schedules together, speaking with insurance companies.

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